Featuring 84 tracks, A Slight Disturbance In My Mind: The British Proto-Psychedelic Sounds Of 1966 examines the “experimental pop” element of the British music scene during that epochal twelve-month period with a dizzying, dazzling mix of nascent psychedelia, introspective pop and what’s been retrospectively labelled freakbeat.
***PRE-ORDER: STOCK EXPECTED IN JANUARY***Housed in a clamshell box that includes a lavish illustrated booklet, The Complete De Wolfe Sessions incorporates the original albums artwork, an extended essay on the band, quotes from pivotal members Phil May, Dick Taylor and Wally Waller, and some priceless photos of the classic “Even More Electric Banana” line-up, taken from the summer-of-’68 Swinging Southport film What’s Good For The Goose.
SPACED OUT is the first-ever compilation to tell the story of Mushroom Records from its roots in the psychedelic era and its evolution across the early 1970s. With a foreword and involvement from label boss Vic Keary, this double-CD set reveals how Mushroom epitomised the excitement and diversity of the progressive era.
The first fully annotated compilation of material by the legendary UK ‘80s & ‘90s neo-psychedelic/free festival band 'MAGIC MUSHROOM BAND' who were contemporaries of Ozric Tentacles and performed at Clubs such as The Crypt, Club Dog and Alice In Wonderland.